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More Hopes and Dreams

Last month, I began to share with you the hopes, dreams, and objectives that I have for the Synod.

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tlw-letters

The Stem “Sell”

I found Dr. James Lamb’s January article “The Stem Sell’” well written, and I share his opinion. I do not do so lightly. I am affected by Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT). CMT is a progressive, genetic neuropathy that affects the peripheral nervous system (hands/arms and feet/legs). Probability states that there are approximately 1,500 other LCMS Lutherans […]

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tlw-letters

Worship paradigms

In his January letter regarding the new Lutheran Service Book, Mr. Timothy R. Dahlstrom asks whether a similar resource might be available for those involved in contemporary-style worship. The LCMS Commission on Worship has included consideration of diverse worship in its current work, and it plans to make available more resources in that area in […]

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tlw-letters

Pursuing history

I commend you on “Mercy, Lutheran Style” by Dollie Raabe (November 2006). It was the first time I had heard of Rev. Johann Friedrich Buenger, who founded the first Lutheran Orphans’ Home. I would like to know whom I could contact to get information on the Lutheran Orphans’ Home in Kansas. My mother and her […]

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2007 March Lifeline PAge

A Magnificent Question

Meeting students from around the world provides opportunities to witness. This one began with a question.

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2007 March Searching

He Suffered for Our Salvation

by Andrew Simcak What thoughts come to your mind during this Lenten season when you think of the suffering of Jesus? As with many Christians, the first thing is probably the words we have said so many times when confessing the Apostles’ Creed: “He suffered under Pontius Pilate. …” That definitely calls to mind the […]

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